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"The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry" in Bozeman, MT

The new documentary, “The Seer: A Portrait of Wendell Berry,” begins with a stunning whirlwind view of modern life, then meanders down a leaf strewn path through the forest to a place seen as the boondocks – the sticks, nowhere – and proceeds to both tell and show us the beauty of life there. Throughout the journey, our guide is the deep, rich voice of the author, sharing his works and his wisdom on the transformation of this country’s agrarian areas during the rise of industrial agriculture in a process he once referred to as “the unsettling of America.” “The Seer” is an ode to the small town, the small farm and the countryside – a powerful call for reconnecting with the land and community.

Read the whole piece by Jason Burlage at Bozeman Daily Chronicle


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